"[To] get to summer and people are talking about the way Man United are playing", he said, when asked what he believed would constitute "success" and be enough to earn the permanent role. I'm sure they've got their targets. "They'll get a chance, some of them that are itching to play".
"I respect him and I would like to play against his team, but this is life, there has been a change and they are doing very well". "It has to start with the way we play because results you can not control".
Napoli star Kalidou Koulibaly and Roma's Kostas Manolas have now been linked with moves to Old Trafford, however, Solskjaer is not anticipating new arrivals in January.
"When you come into a club like this you expect to win games", said Solskjaer.
Sounding uncannily like his old insatiable United mentor Alex Ferguson, the former striker reckoned he had already consigned to history the idea of having emulated Busby, who went on to win a fifth consecutive game at the infancy of his epic reign.More news: Donut Truck Goes Up In Flames, Police The Hardest Hit
Man United beat Newcastle 2-0 on the day, but as is usually the case, Pogba is sure to be the centre of attention, as internet detectives scramble to decipher the deeper meanings of the Frenchman's post. "It doesn't matter the manager during the week - they can win the matches".
"I'm here to work with the ones I've got, they've all performed and as long as they perform they should get a chance but that's my job to improve players and individuals".
"At the end of the season, you need to bring in huge name with a big personality to say: "We're going to do things my way".
"If we continue this run, we will be closer to the top four but it's not something that kills my mind right now". "I think they should keep him". They have a process to look for the next manager but the more you're here the more you enjoy it.
"We wanted to make David happy because he was a little bit disappointed the last games".
Solskjaer has been aided by the fixture list, with Cardiff, Huddersfield and Bournemouth hardly the most formidable opposition, and the same can be said for Newcastle.